Internship Opportunity at S Bhambri & Associates | Kaam Bhari Cell: Apply by Feb 26

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Kaam Bhari Cell is a one-stop free ventured platform with an objective to provide internships and job opportunities to law students from various legal institutions. Our team has created a Professional Social Network (SPN) between students and recruiters for easy exploration of opportunities. Our main focus is to provide opportunities to all law students and graduates so that they can showcase their skills at a professional level.

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About the Internship Opportunity

Our multi-dimensional law office was a brainchild of our senior-most associate and partner, Mr N.K Bhambri, we believe in providing straight cut solutions to our client’s legal problems. We endeavour to coordinate with our associates as well as with our paralegal staff and interns to assist our clients and provide them with maximum satisfaction out of our services. Our Managing Partner Ms Sofia Bhambri, has been a pillar to our firm and provides with empathetic viable solutions to our female clients, who are in extreme distress due to familial issues and who seek a legal way out.

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Duration

March

Reference

Through Kaam Bhari Cell

Deadline

26th February 2021

Application Procedure

Interested Candidates may send their CV and cover letter at sofiabhambri@gmail.com

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